The Yungang Grottoes temples, located in Datong, are examples of the longest developed Buddhist art in China. The carvings of Yungang Grottoes had begun early in the 5th century(Wei Dynasty) when Datong was the capital, until later when the emperor had moved the capital from Datong to Luoyang did the construction stopped and continue in Longmen Grottoes. With a long history of 2 millennium and elegance art work, Yungang Grottoes was included as another cultural heritage of China in 2001. Yungang Grottoes are also one of the top four grottoes in the territory, along with the other three were Mogao Grottoes, Longmen Grottoes and Maijishan Grottoes.
Yungang Grottoes Datong,